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Poster: Mikael Therén Date: Oct 8, 2012 5:48am
Forum: texts Subject: Wrong book!

Hi!
To my surprice I found a book about gynecology (!) instead of a book about philosophy when I pressed the link archive.org/details/englishbookillu00freugoog!

Something wrong here...

Greetings from Mikael Therén

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Poster: Jeff Kaplan Date: Oct 8, 2012 9:40am
Forum: texts Subject: Re: Wrong book!

thanks. bad metadata.

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Poster: Mikael Therén Date: Oct 9, 2012 2:34am
Forum: texts Subject: Re: Wrong book!

Hi Jeff!

I want to know if the book will be available.

Thanks so much from Mikael in Sweden

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Poster: Jeff Kaplan Date: Oct 9, 2012 11:52am
Forum: texts Subject: Re: Wrong book!

we do not have the book. the incorrect metadata was added to the book you see in the Read Online.

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Poster: aibek Date: Nov 3, 2012 1:51am
Forum: texts Subject: Re: Wrong book!

Hello Mikael Therén

Please consider mentioning the mistake in a review. This way others will not make the same mistake.

Also, if you mention the title of the book in your review, other people looking for the Gynaecology book will find it! As it is now, noone except you knows that the book is available at IA.

Regards. ~aibek.

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Poster: Mikael Therén Date: Nov 3, 2012 3:08am
Forum: texts Subject: Re: Wrong book!

Hi - again!

This will also be done in due time!

But I must tell: it was a bit of a "Monty Python feeling" that I felt opening the file, thinking it was about philosophy, and something else turned up!

But: "something will turn up" is the prevailing moto when it comes to certain things on the net. Some day ago I was looking for arabian texts about/around Iamblichos when I was directed to a site about "nude architectures in dessert"... And it was: buildings - nothing else.

So - sometimes one have to have a good portion of humour!

Very best regards from Mikael Therén - again!